Sirius remote control is for use with the Sirus light sets and can be used to set your lights, for 2-4-6-8 hours, and the lights will switch off automatically. The lights turns on again next day at the same time of the day.
The product code is 10000 .
Requires 1 x CR2032 batteries included.
Please see the range of Sirus light set available on our website.
Castlegate Lights Ltd will normally deliver your order within 3 to 5 working days. All orders placed before 1.00pm on items in stock will be delivered next working day.
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We accept unused and unfitted boxed returns for exchange or refund within 30 days. Faulty returns must be sent back for inspection using our correct postal address (as below). If found to have a manufacturing defect you will be offered a refund or exchange. Goods must be adequately sealed in all the original packaging, including the outer. Please note that Royal Mail may reject any package that is not adequately wrapped. All information regarding your purchase was sent to the email address you supplied whilst placing your order. If using any address label please attach securely to the package. Please ensure you ask for a certificate of posting from the Post Office as proof you have sent the package. (The Post Office do not charge for issuing these certificates)
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